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Malaysia’s Head of Mission in Taiwan, Datuk Adeline Leong talks about how to increase people to people exchanges between Taiwan On the Line
2018-01-28
  • Malaysia’s Head of Mission in Taiwan, Datuk Adeline Leong talks about how to  increase people to people exchanges between Taiwan

    Malaysia’s Head of Mission in Taiwan, Datuk Adeline Leong talks about how to increase people to people exchanges between Taiwan

    One mission of the Taiwan Halal Center is Halal certification in Taiwan (photo by CNA)
  • Malaysia’s Head of Mission in Taiwan, Datuk Adeline Leong talks about how to increase people to people exchanges between Taiwan

    Malaysia’s Head of Mission in Taiwan, Datuk Adeline Leong talks about how to increase people to people exchanges between Taiwan

    Malaysia’s Head of Mission in Taiwan, Datuk Adeline Leong
  • Malaysia’s Head of Mission in Taiwan, Datuk Adeline Leong talks about how to increase people to people exchanges between Taiwan

    Malaysia’s Head of Mission in Taiwan, Datuk Adeline Leong talks about how to increase people to people exchanges between Taiwan

    Taiwan Representative to Malaysia James Chang (second from right) visits the 2017 Taiwan Day Opening Ceremony in Malaysia (Photo by TECO Malaysia)
  • Malaysia’s Head of Mission in Taiwan, Datuk Adeline Leong talks about how to increase people to people exchanges between Taiwan

    Malaysia’s Head of Mission in Taiwan, Datuk Adeline Leong talks about how to increase people to people exchanges between Taiwan

    Malaysia’s Head of Mission in Taiwan, Datuk Adeline Leong
  • Malaysia’s Head of Mission in Taiwan, Datuk Adeline Leong talks about how to increase people to people exchanges between Taiwan

    Malaysia’s Head of Mission in Taiwan, Datuk Adeline Leong talks about how to increase people to people exchanges between Taiwan

    Malaysia Day celebrated in Taipei, Taiwan

Malaysia’s Head of Mission in Taiwan, Datuk Adeline Leong said she hopes to bring Taiwan and Malaysia together by getting more friendship pacts signed between cities in both Taiwan and Malaysia. Another important task is that she said the government can do so much but other NGOs such as Rotary Club, Lions Club, etc. can do their part citing the example that members of two Rotary sister-clubs of Taiwan and Malaysia have visited each other for the last 27 years.

 

To tap potential-laden Muslim markets, Taiwan has recently aimed to create a halal industry and Taiwan Halal Center was established in April 2017 by TAITRA (Taiwan External Trade Development Council). Datuk Adeline Leong said Malaysia tops the world’s largest producer and exporter of multi-billion dollar halal food products. Taiwan can learn from Malaysia in the area the certification of halal food and products.

 

 

https://youtu.be/R4tVezIjAkQ

 

Taiwan-India relations

Taiwan-India relations

Taiwan-India relations

2017-06-18 01:00:00

Taiwan and India have enjoyed close bilateral exchanges in many areas including trade, education, science and technology and culture. The bilateral trade amounts to around US$6 billion dollars and around 90 Taiwanese companies have invested in India. With the government’s New Southbound Policy, will the figure increase? In recent years, Bollywood movies shown in Taiwan have become blockbusters, why? To find out the answers, we are joined in our studio today by Mr. Sridaharan Madhusudhanan, the Director General of India-Taipei Association (ITA), the Indian representative office in Taiwan. 

 

Please watch the video interview

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c3PsigQxT0M

 

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Ayla Matalon talks about startups in Israel

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2017-06-11 01:00:00

Many wonder how a small country like Israel with no natural resources and a population of 9 million people produces more startup companies than Japan, Korea, China, Taiwan and the UK. Taiwan has positioned itself to become the launch site of many tech startups known around the world, what can Taiwan learn from Israel? 

 

 

According to Ayla Matalon, the Executive Director of MIT Enterprise Forum of Israel and the chairperson of Global Entrepreneurship Network Israel, it is never easy to start startups and inspire the businesspeople to fund innovation and ideas.

 

 

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